Optimizing RDP for casual use

Optimizing RDP client/server for casual use. Make it use less bandwidth. Get higher throughput and adaptive transfers. Revisit Back in 2011 I wrote a blog post on optimizing RDP in Windows 7. I’ve been thinking of updating that post for some time, and now finally got around to it. Background Since sometime around 2000 I… Read More »

HTML5: Drop-in prerender and prefetch script

Reading about prefetch and prerender, and especially Chromes prerender, got me thinking that this could to some extent be automated. My blog has become increasingly slow and I though that this would work as a simple quick-fix. This script relies on jQuery. Prefetch At startup (document ready) it will find any a-links tagged as “prefetch”… Read More »

SourceForge malware

SourceForge.com has been hosting open source projects for many, many years. It has over the years become a respectable place for open source project hosting. Even when they added ads and a slight delay before downloading it was understandable, they have to make money somehow. Today however I see they have crossed the line. Downloading… Read More »

Multiple deployment configs in one config file with ACL

Most projects that is deployed into production require some kind of config change upon deployment. Often it is the connection string that varies, but it can be any number of custom settings. Forgetting to change the config file when deploying, or forgetting to change config back on your dev machine after deploying can have disastrous… Read More »

Alternative directory layout for MVC

In .Net the MVC pattern is implemented through a template project. The project is set up for you when you create a new MVC application and imposes certain patterns on you. And that is exactly what MVC is, a pattern. By default you will create a controller, a view and a model. Usually you add… Read More »

A lesson in web execution

Loosely based on what I have had the pleasure to work with since the internet hit us back in the 90’s I thought I’d write down the history of web execution. This is in no way a comprehensive list of all technologies. A few years ago web servers mainly contained static content. A few helper… Read More »

Setting up OwnCloud on Windows: Your personal Dropbox

What is this? OwnCloud is a free personal alternative to Dropbox. You run your own server so storage is limited to whatever storage your server has. It has much of the same features (and some more) that Dropbox has, and after a few days use it seems “so far so good”. About this guide This… Read More »